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tMIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALl THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
The census bureau has just issued
a preliminary bulletin on its report
on the national'wealth in 1912, in
which the total wealth of the nation
is placed at $187,739,000,000. This
gives a per capita amount of $1,965.
The state of Nevada shows the larg
est per capita wealth, it being $4,-
865, with Iowa second and North Da
Amongst the many problems con
fronting the department of agricul
ture at Washington is the one of im
proving the condition of women on
the farms. The department is mak
ing an earnest effort to devise ways
of making life more pleasant for
these women and relieving them of
some of the drudgery which has here
tofore fallen to their lot. For this
work something over $1,164,000 has
been spent in giving demonstrations
in cooking, sewing, household con
veniences, organizing women's clubs
to study home economics and canning
Is More Pleasant.
In his Bagley Herald, G. P. Jones
says: C. A. Boalt of Winona pur
chased 320 acres in town of Nora
three years ago. At the time Mr.
Boalt purchased this one-half section,
there was only about 30 acres im
proved but during the last two sea
sons he has put under cultivation
nearly 200 acres, besides he has built
a new house, big barn and other nec
essary farm buildings, besides put
ting up a wind mill and also has en
closed his farm with a good fence
and crossed-fenced it. Mr. Boalt was
so well pleased with the success he
had with this farm, that he pur
chased 400 acres more one mile east
in the same township and has 20 men
now at work grubbing it and break
ing it up. Before the season is over
this year he expects to have half of
it under cultivation, and good sub
stantial farm buildings thereon.
These two farms as being im
proved by Mr. Boalt are worth more
than $50,000 to the farmers of Nora
as they will raise the value of farm
property in this township more than
that amount. Two such men as Mr.
Boalt who would use their money as
he is doing, are worth more to a com
munity than 100 Carnegie library
men, or 1,000 speculators. If our
moneyed men of Minnesota would
use their capital in placing the rich
soils of the state under cultivation,
there would be no strife between
capital and labor within the border
lines of this state. Mr. Boalt is a
capable and shrewd business man.
He knows that the rich virgin soils
of Northern Minnesota will in due
time bring him an abundant return
for his present investment. Also
how much more pleasant it must be
to use your capital in bringing forth
the products that are rear necessary
to the life of your fellow men, than
it is to build up your capital by tak
ing toll from the products produced
by the other fellow.
Speaking of future political ambi
tions,- Congressman Lindbergh's past
record shows that he needs a governor
all right, but as for being one, we
don't believe he can generate steam
enough to put himself in motion.
Last fall the people said if the leg
islature would not pass another bill
for ten' years the state 'would be bet
ter' off.- Now the people are kicking
because the- number of bills passed
wafse not up to the average. It looks
as if the legislature is the people's One-half cent a wotfl. Pke** II.
^T^^A J3^r *w
football an* Is due t fee kicked rid
faatter what it dees.4loIah Chief.
The automobile has done more for
good roads than all the talking and
lecturing on record. They have been
the* caase of tBfc foCH* btelhgr removed
and the ditches filled. Every auto
mobile man is a booster for good
roads and with their boosting they
actually taker ftoid vMttU- the end of
permanent improvement in view, and
they are getting it. This in turn
enables the farmer to handle larger
toads with lens risk of breakage or
strain on the htrrs or harness: Good
road* have advanced the- price of
lands at least 25 per cent which of
would pay for ntore atftomobilee
than Were ever manufactured.
OUTDtfES OH MEAL
Tankage, as a supplement to corn
rations for hogs, is more profitable
than Unseed oil meal at present prices
and for nearly all classes of hogs is
a more valuable feed.
Recent tests at the Minnesota Ex
periment station are of interest t6
every Minnesota hog raiser who does
not have plenty of milk or butter
milk. R. C. Asfcby in charge of
swine at the University farm, gives
the following results with hogs fat
tened for market last winter.
Of five lots of hogs fed from De
cember 22, 1914, to February 24,
1915, three were fed on corn, shorts,
and tankage, and one on corn, shorts
and oil meal. The average ration
for the tankage lots was:
Shelled corn, 84.46 per cent.
Shorts, 7.37 per cent.
Tankage, 7.47 per cent.
The average ration of the oil meal
Shelled corn 77.83 per cent.
Shorts, 8.20 per cent.
Oil meal, 13.58 per cent.
The initial weight of the oil meal
lot was 136.75 pounds the final
weight 211.70 pounds the average
daily gain 1.17 pounds the number
of pounds of grain for each 100
pounds was 531.13, and the profit
per bushel of grain 5.3 cents. The
average initial weight of the three
tankage lots was 138.83 pounds
final weight 228.17 pounds the av
erage daily gain 1.39 pounds the
number of pounds of grain for each
100 pounds of gain 482.16, and the
profit per bushel of grain 12.5 cents.
All feeds were paid for at the fol
lowing prices: Corn, 50 cents a
bushel shorts, $26 a ton oil, meal,
$36 a ton tankage, $50 a ton.
From December 24 to March 23,
Mr. Ashby had on feed five lots of
fall pigs, each lot receiving somewhat
different ^rations. Of these one lot
was fed corn, snorts and tankage,
while a second lot was fed corn,
shorts and oil meal. The tankage fed
lot made an average gain of 0.722
pounds a day, and the oil meal lot
0.621 pounds a day. The tankage
fed lot made 100 pounds of gain for
each 376 pounds of grain eateri,
white the oil meal lot required 460
pounds of grain for each 100 pounds
of gain. The feed cost of 100 pounds
gain on the tankage lot was $4.32 and.
on the oil Meal lot was f$:2J.
Tankage is a productmatfeetedby
the packing house and is obtained
from animal carcasses-^-blood, meat
scraps, etc. It contains 60 per cent
of protein-and from 15 to 17 per cent
of mineral matter, while oil meal con
tains. 31 to 33 per cent of protein
and from 6 to 7 per cent of minerals.
Mineral matter is used to build bone
and frame, and protein is used to de
velop muscularffsstre, Wotffr arid vital
organs. Tankage is rich in lime and
phosphorus, two materials greatly
needed by young hogs and brood
A certain amount of oil meal is
good, but a mixture- of the two* feed*
is better. ThiT mtin winy esifrsupply
all his feeds at home is- fortunate. He
who must* buy should secure those1
materhtfir which serve Hi& purpose
best and give the largest return for
their cost price.
CRYING FOR HELP.
Lots of It in Bemidji Bat Daily
The kidneys often cry for help.
Not another organ in the whole
body more delicately constructed.
Not one more important to health.
The kidneys are the filters of the
When they fail the blood becomes
foul an& poisonous'.
There can be no health where there
is poisoned blood.
Backache is one of the frequent in
dications' of kidney trouble.
It is ofte& the kidneys' cry for
help. Heed- it.
Read what Doan's Kidney Pills
have done for overworked kidneys.
Read what Doan's have done for
Mrs. M. Sullivan, 1015 Bemidji
Ave.,'Bemidji, says: "I cannot give
Doan's Kidney Pills more praise than
they deserve. I have taken them off
and on as heeded during the past sev
eral years and they have always
proven a good kidney and backache
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mrs. Sullivan had. Foster-Mflburn
Co., Props% Buffalo, N. Y.
Results are moat aiways certain
when yon use a Pioneer want id.
you ivtint, and
that's what Cal
umet is guaran-
teed to give
~It is stire in
ing and raising
\y tender bis
cuit, cake, muf-
to result from
Calumet goes farther
than other bak
and it's ttfoider-
ate in cost.
Insist on it
at your grocers.
World's Pure Food
Illinois. Paris Exposition,
France, March. 1912
On the Safe Side
"How do you ever get on so well wltb
your wife? Don't you ever have any
differences of opinion?"
**Of course we do. But I don't let her
Know It."-Cleveland Leader
The Professor Remembers.
Professor (as the company is break
ing up, missing one of his rubbers^
Has any of you gentlemen put on three
rubbers by mistake?~Fttegende Blat
"Yes to see him on Sundays nobody
would think he had to go to work on
Mondays "-Philadelphia Ledger.
Let a want ad hel* you.
A%! what relief. No more tired feet
no more burning feet, swollen, bad smell
ing, sweaty feet. No more pain in corns
callouses or bunions. No matter what
ails your feet
or what under
the sun you've
tftmS whicfr ptitf
Upr ig f*et
"TIZ" is mag-
ical "TtZ? is
wlli cure your
foftt trcrubtea so
you'll never limp or draw up your face
in paiiu Your shoes won't seem tight
and your-feet will, never, never hurt or
get sore, swollen or tired.
Get' a 25 cent bb**at any drug or
department store, and get relief:
Clean Vip At
:.J, PAIrtTING, KALSOMINING
Kstlgomifiing 7c per yard,
Papering by the roll 30c
Day work 35c per-hour
Work guaranteed satis
H. SAND 70111th St.
House Moving, Build
L, H! PRICE
Detroit, wicK all
On display and sale at
THE, UNJVF I??
Economy, simplicity and efficiency makes
the Ford a universal utility. A utility be
eause it serves everybodydoctor, farmer,.
salesman and banker. In every business,
or as a pleasure car, the Fofa proves rejj
able and economical. Low first coatS$Q
less than last year, and me plan of sharing
profits with the bayefsa'lid Tow upkeep
expense, are reasons why it pays to owfi a
-JPord. They serve and ^ave.
^Buyers will share in proistsiifwesell^t re*
.tail 800,000new Ford cars between August
-1914*and August 19I5.V
Tburmg Car $490, Runafebuf $1*0 T8wn
$750* Sedan $975, o.
C. W. Jewett Co., Inc.
Phone 474 Bemidji, IV?inn.
-*l 1+Vt W$W*Wf$4
That's what the ladies
say when they see the new
spring neckties their men
friends buy here.
Our ties are chock full of
dash, ginger, pep for young
chaps and sedately suitable
for those whose years de
mand more dignity.
Big line to select from.
Pine new stock. Come in.
AKERBERfi, KE1TLES0S & CO.
The Quality Stofe
12 6-10c PER GALLON
Drive in your car
Near Great Northern Depot Pfftfnetfl
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
NOTICE is hereby given that this Company will prosecute all persons using*
property owned by it for storage purposes or the dumping of garbages* othdr
objectionable matter in or upon its vacant lots. Every person who hart here-
tofore used said property or any of it in ways above mentioned is hereby
notified to repair the damage so done and place the property in tbr same
clean, sanitary condition in which it was prior to the time of trespass or
BemidjiTownsile & Improv^Bt CIK
20 Capital Bank BulWtn*
I am now prepared to'
take care of your needs'
in the undertaking
I. 0. 0. F. Bttff.
PHONES: 223 Res. 719-W.
READ THE DAILY PIONEER WAIffMD&L
I6w* tO Alfcwlft MJi AM
All ads signed with numbers, or
initials* care Pioneer must be an
swered by tetter addressed to thef^
number given in the ad..Pioneer em
p&yettfe *o% &faffltm t^ tell Who
any adwttser is. Mail or send your
answer to Pioneer No. or Initial
-r-, and we forward it to the-ad
vertiser. WANTED-^-Girl for general house
work to gevto Lavtnia for the .sum
mer. Mrs. BJ E. McDonald, Phone
FOR RENTSeven-room house? or-
i:. ner Irvine avenue and 8th Streei
a T. Bailey.
*m Rmm-sm*~& threr m&
mfaamtm mpmrti Wattotfaii
"POR RENTSmall house, cheap1.
1110 Belt. Ave. Phone 342-W.
[FOR RENTTwo tfffic* rooms. Apf
ply W. O ffctoroeder.
Pttft' RENT^Puralshed room, 1009
-Six-room house. A1.
FOR SAIJB^At new wood yard,
wood alt length! deMrered at yolir
dtoor. -Lea^e all ordera at Adder
soh's Employment Offlc*, 205 Min
nesota Ate. Ph6ne 147. Lizzie
T^OH SALE!-6eWral good residence
lots oh Mfhhesdta, Semidji and
t6we afehues. Keasohahle prices
easy terms. Clayton C. Cross. Of
fice over Northern Nat'l Bank.
FOR SALE OR TRADEFor city
property, 80 acre-farm near Turtle
River station. Phone est or ad
FOR SALE OR TRADE-One-half ton
Veerae truck. Would trade for 4-
ffc Sfrcfiwbod.- Ask for demonstra
tion. Kootfr Bros.
EXCHANGE Will exchange for
city property 40-acre improved
farm 3 miles from town. Bermah
FOR SALE^-One team horses, two
bugagies, ene set harness. Anderson
WANTEDClean cotton rage free
from buttons. Pioneer Office.
WANTEDSetotid hhd household
goods. M. E. Ibertaon.
FARMS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-120 acres farm lam
about 600 cords wood, half hay
land on good streamf one mile from
a town, terms libera^ price $20.00
per acre. W. G. Schroeder.
IFOR gA^BO^fftABE^-One hundred
affiymrW at g8oi &st? Htffd, three
mm tforh town. Wftl take auto-
mOhH ih pa#t pdymeht. Address
1, Beifldir Pfdtfeet.Vi'
ADVERTI8KR8The great state of
Northt mtffi ot&r*uHHwitea opt
powumjies' tot btfstoeBi elfeasi
fled advertisers. The recognized
advertistng nieditirtft in the Fargo
Dally and Sunday Cotffler-Newi
the 6ly seveniday paper in fh^
fatr aad tlfe paper *hlch earrle*
the largest ariWuntt of clasiffied
adrfrtlslnt The Courter-Newe
coVert North Dsrkot# flW a Hint
et reachitxi dfl pa^rtt of th# stte
th*= dm^ of pubrrdftloh ff if tfie
palter to use ttr order to5
iul# nrterone* cent pf vftto first
tawrtton, ene-latt eest pet #o4
succeeding-ttHfefttoni? nfty cent*
per line- per month. Address the
Courier-NWrs-r Par#o N. D.
fmft SABE^-HuhhW stinips. The
ftdffifr wlff prtthre" at atntl of
nSflfiSr mttopm 6t oh short no^
*f-#-tH*'4t-#-* Ha** fr^r*
Butter, lb. ^2c
Eggs, doz 17c
fWkmii, Dtr 30c
OaWtr Mtilh: &0h
:lh London some rich women are
has invented a mustard pot In which
.pressure on a piston on top forces a
amount of the contents out a
kONDAt, MAY 13, 1915.
W. DEHISON, D. V.H.
Phone 164-2 Pogue'B tdfery
Bute and Piano Moving
Ate. Phdlie 5 818 Atori*#Ave
S'1(Jn1ce Phone 12/
DE. D. I. SI
Dffl*r in Winter BRM
DR. J. T. TU0MX,
Gibbons Block Tel. ili
North of Markham Hotel
\f(fHmtA rtr -orifirna-, jj.rrrtrr:jLiT'4ii^-.
GRAHAM M. T0EEAHCE,
Miles Block Phone 6
D. H. MK, Court dbmihiiiioner
ATTORNEY A LAW
Gfflee seond floor 0'Lwary-B#sr
BR. E. A. SHANNON, M. 5T"
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone S9C Res. Phone St?
PHYSICIAN AN SFRGF0N
DR. L, A. WAS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National Bank
BR. A E. irHarafEBSDN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Orer First National Bank
OiBce Phone Reg. Phone 71
DR. H. SIOTH
P&SlCIAN AND SURGEON
Office Security Bank Block
8S: ETJTER JOHNSON'
FHYSfei&N AND SURGEON
PROF. H. tftJSON
81-4 Fba'Hh St. Bemiaji, Mitin.
Te^cMitg Pih6, tifclHii, Cornet arid
Other instruments, also church choir.
FirSt Cliiss Orchestra for All
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^t'rt'iiifii .'till rf ,i i
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*33 NorthInt. Falls. Lv 4:16 am
4# Souffi Frei^it, leaves
kNorth Bemidji 7:30 am
47 North Freight, leaves
North Bemidji 6:00 am
46 Freight from Int...Falls.
aui NoHbTBemldji 4:40 pin
45 Fre^rht, from Bralnerd, due
North Bemidji 7:00 pm
EttHy AlttftliertfQk\ty except Stihday.
HEW PVBUC I.IBKABT.
Open daily, except Sunaay, 1 to 6 p.
M, 7 t'6 9 p. m. Sutitey, rrfadhig rooin
otHf, 3- to 6 p. m.
N. McKEE, Funeral Director
Phone 178-W or
i FKNBR/L WRECT08
Si. E. IBERTS0N
Ever, as boy,
tie a can to a dog's tail
and see him scoot?
Sure you didwe did!
And how about that
lot, or house or piece
of furniture, or auto you
fin to it frienddo it